Gender Norms and Women’s Economic Empowerment in Low-Income Countries: What We Learned by Reviewing the Evidence
Women around the world face barriers to participating in the labor force.
Should cities in developing countries fix what they already have or start fresh?
Achieving transparency is a formidable challenge in some sub-Saharan African countries, a third of which have been ruled by a single party for several decades.
Public transit is both a challenge and an opportunity for cities in developing markets to expand the global economy.
Conflicts and instability have expelled more than 68 million men, women, and children from their homes around the world.
Achieving universal access to safe drinking water by 2030 could cost as much as $166 billion per year for capital expenditures alone.
A new study shows that stressors brought by climate change may lead to increased domestic abuse and sleep deprivation among impoverished women.
Southeast Asia has high rates of domestic violence, but those designing interventions should not treat this region as a monolith.
Urban residents around the world know that living close to mass transit commands a price premium. But does this relationship hold true everywhere?